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Published March 26. 2013 4:00AM


Waterford Babe Ruth Baseball - Assessments for all players who did not play in the 2012 spring season are Tuesday, March 26 at the Babe Ruth field from 5-7 p.m. Rain date is Wednesday, March 27. All players new to the league are expected to attend. Contact, Joe Pezzolesi at jpezzolesi@aol.com

New London Junior American Legion baseball - Tryouts for players ages 14-17 will be held on Saturday, March 30 from 3-5 p.m. at Sal Amanti Field, Bates Woods, New London. Contact: Hank Bolduc at hduck1723@gmail.com or (860) 536-1435.

New London 16-18 Babe Ruth registration - Saturday, March 30, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., New London H.S. gym. Cost: $120. New players must bring original birth certificate. Contact: Anna, (860) 443-7553.

New London 13-15 Babe Ruth open practice - Saturday, March 30, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., New London H.S. gym. Registration will be held from 10 a.m.-noon. Cost: $40 (spring season), $100 (regular season). New players must bring original birth certificate. Contact: Anna, (860) 443-7553.

Norwich Fundamental Baseball Clinic - April 15-17, 9 a.m.-noon, Norwich Little League complex, Ortrobando Ave. For ages 7-12. Fee: $60. Contact: John Iovino at Iovinoj@nfaschool.org

ECML summer baseball team - Looking for players (ages 18-up) at all positions. League starts in May. Contact: northeast9@sbcglobal.net

New London Junior American Legion baseball - Looking for players ages 14-17 from New London, Groton or Mystic. Contact: Hank Bolduc at hduck1723@gmail.com or (860) 536-1435.

War at the Shore AAU baseball tournaments - Tournaments, including inagural one on Block Island, will be held from April-July for players ages 10-19. Teams are encouraged to reserve their spots early. Contact: Joe Zrenda at (860) 434-4334.


Pequot Women's Golf Association - Accepting new members for the 2013 season. Contact: Pequot pro Joe Brucas (860) 535-1898 or Karen Schlosser (203) 715-5092.

Ledyard Parks and Recreation Department Golf Lessons - Open to adults and children (ages 8-up). Adult class, Thursdays (6-7 p.m.) beginning April 4. Women's classes will be held on Wednesdays (5-6 p.m.) beginning April 4 or Mondays (11 a.m.-noon) beginning April 15. Children's classes, Saturdays (11 a.m.-noon) beginning April 20 or Sundays (11 a.m.-noon) beginning April 21. All classes run for five weeks. Chris Hedden will instruct these classes at the Great Brook Golf Center. Fee: $92 plus a small basket of balls. Contact: www.ledyardrec.org or call the Parks and Recreation Office, (860) 464-9112.

Eighth annual Stonington High School Football Golf Tournament - Thursday, May 30, Stonington Country Club, 1:30 p.m. Cost: $120 per player ($130 as of April 1). Contact: A.J. Massengale at amassengale@stoningtonschools.org or Sean Ladyga at seanladyga@gmail.com


East Lyme Aquatic and Fitness Center Adult Water Aerobics - Ongoing, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:20-9:10 a.m. Designed for those who enjoy the water and want to build muscle and increase flexibility, coordination and balance. Instructor: Ann Farley. Contact: (860) 691-4681 or visit the web at www.nutmegaquatics.com

New London Recreation Department registration for Spring and Summer Programs - Programs offered include tap dance, ballet, gymnastics, belly dance, karate, preschool tee-ball and multi-sport classes, sailing, tennis, Hershey Track and Field Meet, race day, basketball camp, swimming, Ocean Beach Workout Blast, movie and popcorn night, family egg hunt, music lessons, April Vacation Camp, Super Saturday, crocheting, sewing, ceramics for kids, Summer Playground Program, Youth Club Program, Boot Camp, maximum performance exercise, active pilates/yoga fusion, Extreme 60 Fitness Class, Zumba and Fitness Challenge. Residents and non-residents welcome for all programs. Contact: www.newlondonrec.com or call the Recreation Office at (860) 447-5230.

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